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instructions for Kraco March 88C Indy car AMT 1/25

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Title of the post pretty much says it all.  I searched the web (except for ebay; hoping to get them for free).  I couldn't not find them.

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    I think I have that kit, or at least I do

have one of the March 88 Indy cars.

   Except decal placement, it should be

the same!

  I will get back to you soon,

      David S.

     

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     I do have what you need. And it's just a 2 sided

sheet that I can take two photos and just PM them to

you here.

    Would that be ok?

 

       David S.

Edited by mod3l Lover

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Could someone help me with this instructions. I received this kit as a gift from a friend but it came without the instructions.

Thanks.

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Could someone help me with this instructions. I received this kit as a gift from a friend but it came without the instructions.

Thanks.

Hope this works for you - the instruction sheet is far to large to fit on my scanner, so I took a a couple of shots of the front and back of the sheet with a camera. Photos are decent resolution, so they should be readable.

1 Kraco March.jpg

2 Kraco March.jpg

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Thank you very much RancheroSteve!

It is perfect!

Thank you!!

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I still need a close up of the engine/rear suspension of this kit.  A sort of low resolution scan doesn't quite give me all the detail I'd like.  Can someone make photocopies or equivalent and 'snail mail' them to me?  I have lots to trade.  (The reason I need this detail is that I have the engine and rear suspension and would like to put it in a Corvair or something.  If I had the detail I could plan better.  Thanks.)

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